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BUILT from eBay Display at SEMA

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The 2012 SEMA show in Las Vegas marks the thirteenth year eBay has been at the event for custom motors and car modders in the world. With this history of eBay’s presence at SEMA, it’s only fitting that we have not just one but two booths at this year’s show. For this very special second booth, we’ll be featuring the incredible talents and cars from our BUILT from eBay series.

If you’re at SEMA this Tuesday, October 30th, swing by the BUILT from eBay booth at 3 PM to see introductions not only of the cars from the series, but representatives from the four teams behind them as they’re brought out and interviewed by Justin Bell of The World’s Fastest Car Show. Justin will host a panel discussion of the cars and the series followed by a meet and greet until 4:30 for attendees.

Monitors atop the booth will be showing an ever-changing collage created by Bumebox from an aggregate of pictures attendees post to the eBay Motors Facebook page, Instagram, and Twitter (make sure to use the #BUILTfromeBay hash tag). eBay will select a lucky winner each day to receive a $100 eBay gift card based on the originality of their photo, along with commenter response. Attendees will be able to take advantage of giveaways at the BUILT from eBay booth including participating garage team posters (which can be autographed by the guys after the car reveal on the 30th), branded shop towels and eBay Motors logo stickers.

In addition to the technicians and the finished cars from the BUILT series, there will be iPads all over the eBay SEMA booth though which attendees can navigate to episodes of BUILT, 3D models of each BUILT car, their eBay Garage page, a list of the parts used to create them, and of course eBay’s mobile site and apps.

Don’t miss out on this one-of-a-kind event during the 2012 SEMA show! We look forward to seeing you at the BUILT from eBay booth!

eBay Motors outdoor booth SEMA 2012

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